Here at See Change, we see mental health as an integral part of an employee’s working life and something that employers simply cannot ignore. Luckily, our partners at Sigmar Recruitment are on hand to host what is fast becoming an annual event to put workplace mental health on the national employment agenda.
On Thursday 28th February from 8am to 9.30am in the Irish Times Building on Dublin’s Tara Street,our partners at Sigmar Recruitment are dedicating a day to discussion of mental health in the workplace as part of their National Employment Week initiative.
This breakfast briefing aims to provide employers with the practical tools to support the 1 in 4 employees who may be experiencing difficulties and to promote a culture of openness towards mental health in Irish workplaces.
Minister Kathleen Lynch will provide the opening address and RTE’s John Bowman will MC contributions from:
- See Change’s Kahlil Thompson Coyle on creating a culture of openness towards mental health problems in the workplace;
- Boards.ie’s Tom Murphy on sharing his personal mental health story
- and Dr. Susan Hill from our newest partner organisation Employment Health Advisers on supporting staff from an occupational health perspective.
See WWW.NATIONALEMPLOYMENTWEEK.IE to register your free place
National Employment Week is an annual initiative organised by See Change partner organisation Sigmar Recruitment to share thought leadership on employment topics and help shape employment initiatives.